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  • Notes from the Field: Marcus Thompson '19

    "During my internship, I was able to further explore my career aspirations by meeting a plethora of junior officers and enlisted personnel in the US Navy. I participated in Command PT and even completed the Navy Physical Readiness Test (PRT) at Joint-Base Anacostia Bolling."

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  • Notes from the Field: Priya Sankar '19

    "Working for the Brookings Institution was an invaluable experience that taught me a great deal about myself and about public policy. The higher-level research I was doing gave me a better understanding of the industry, and made me feel like I could make a real difference."

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  • Welcome Class of 2021

    Welcome to Dartmouth! Amazing opportunities are available at the Rockefeller Center: the Public Policy minor, the Policy Research Shop, distinguished visitors to campus, student-led projects, and a broad range of internship, training and leadership development opportunities.

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  • Notes from the Field: Katherine Royce ’19

    “Not only did I learn the analytical and technical skills necessary to run computationally heavy simulations and simplify a regional industry to a set of 19 parameters, I also recognized how few of the factors that affect a disease are under human control.” 

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  • Notes from the Field: Alexandrea Adams ’18

    “I conducted research on various health laws and policies, wrote reports on my findings, and attended many health-related conferences. I had the opportunity to write an article about the current health law debate that has been published in the Huffington Post.” 

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  • Notes from the Field: Sydney Latimore '18

    "An important part of my internship was learning about international trade and its attachment to public policy agendas. During the internship, I’ve learned about the intricacies of international trade and how it is informed by, at times, volatile political climates.”

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